What's free in Melbourne this month
Everything to see, do and enjoy in Melbourne for free this month.
Melbourne has a thriving film scene, with film festivals and screenings at cinemas year-round.
NGV Architecture Commission: Temple of Boom
An outdoor installation in the NGV garden inspired by the The Parthenon.
An interactive 3D art gallery with optical illusions that visitors can touch and explore.
Kick into the evening with these monthly Saturday-night sessions at Melbourne Museum.
Melbourne's most haunted spots
These ghost stories, eerie encounters and spooky spots will send shivers down your spine.
The best summer events to book right now
From outdoor movies to pop-up dining, pack your calendar with these top events.
The Johnston Collection
House-museum showing fine and decorative arts from the Georgian, Regency and Louis XV periods.
Walks and itineraries
These self-guided walks and itineraries will help you discover Melbourne's best sights.
Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection
Discover art that builds on and challenges tradition in Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection.
Myer Christmas Windows
This festive season, the annual display celebrates Disney's 100 Years of Wonder.
Laneways and arcades
The city's famous laneways are buzzing with street art, cafes, bars and boutiques.
Museum dedicated to the moving image through events, film screenings and exhibitions.
City Gallery presents free exhibitions from City of Melbourne’s art and heritage collection.
The ultimate theatre guide to Melbourne
What's on in Melbourne's theatres, clubs, cabaret bars and comedy spots.
The Global Life of Design
Explore how global trade and supply chains have influenced international design into the modern day.
8 reasons to leave work on time
Get the best happy hour deals, cheap tickets to amazing shows and more.
Naadohbii: To Draw Water
An exhibition of First Peoples contemporary art from Canada, NZ and Australia.
The best free museums and art galleries in Melbourne
Explore world-class museums, edgy artist-run spaces and blockbuster exhibitions for free.